Rose City Politics investigates if council committee composition reflects the community we live in and how committee decisions impact council decisions.
For January 2022, three of the panelists take a look backwards, rather than forward, to provide a retrospective on 2022 before moving ahead to what 2023 will bring.
Rose City Politics outlines what the priorities of the next city council should be.
For September 2022, the Rose City Politics panel asks Biz X readers if they know who they are voting for […]
Summer is a glorious season in Windsor for residents, and for our Summer 2022 Biz X Magazine column, the Rose City Politics panel opines on what Windsor can do to make summer living better?
For June, the Rose City Politics panel opines on the provincial election and what the next government must […]
For May 2022, the Rose Rose City Politics panel opines on the recently announced Stellantis-LG EV battery plant […]
The snow is melting, and with that comes hidden potholes and an annual conversation: cars versus bikes. Rose […]
The City of Windsor’s Council Compensation Review Committee reviews remuneration/compensation and benefits paid to the Mayor and City […]
2022 is a double election year with both provincial and municipal elections in June and October respectively. The […]